WePay will soon be property of JPMorgan as a venture into fintech sees the bank change tack.
The former Chairman of the Federal Reserve seems unable to make up his mind on Bitcoin. His views keep flip-flopping, but at the moment he’s against the digital currency.
Find out what a financial expert from the World Bank has to say about it.
BlackRock CEO Larry Fink made news by saying that Bitcoin is just an index for money laundering during the same panel discussion where Jamie Dimon called Bitcoin buyers ‘stupid.’
The Wall Street tycoon and JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon is once again talking about bitcoin investors in a derogatory fashion. On October 12, Dimon told CNBC that he was done talking about bitcoin and that it was basically irrelevant to him. However, Dimon won’t shut up about bitcoin as the bank executive called bitcoin […]
Chase CEO seems bitter, attacks Bitcoin, Bitcoin investors
Just a day after JPMorgan Chase chief Jamie Dimon said he wouldn’t talk about bitcoin, he issued new remarks about the cryptocurrency.
Leading the pack is Bitcoin with $94.5 bln market cap
Blockchain startups are starting to come through the development pipeline, demonstrating the potential of Blockchain technology operating in real world enterprise applications.
Eidoo’s recent troll of Jamie Dimon in the Wall Street Journal is reflective of its willingness to think outside the box to provide customers the best service possible.
Jamie Dimon has said he will not talk about Bitcoin anymore as JPMorgan’s CFO says it is “open-minded” to cryptocurrency.
Jamie Dimon, head of Wall Street banking giant JPMorgan Chase, has said he won’t be talking about bitcoin following his controversial “fraud” comment.
While Jamie Dimon was spewing vitriol about Bitcoin, JPMorgan invited Tech VC Bart Stephens to give a talk about cryptocurrencies and Blockchain technology.
One of the oldest and biggest financiers, Bear Stearns partner Jeff Epstein, has leveled his own thoughts on Bitcoin which he sees as full of potential.
Bitcoin is a safe haven that is unaffected by normal market factors. As these factors continue to escalate there could be a bigger trend towards digital currencies.